On November 29 and December 6, there will only be one service, at 9:15AM, which will meet in the auditorium and whose primary purpose will be to provide an online service. You will be able to watch the service live on our Youtube channel and on Facebook. Those who still desire to attend the service in person are welcome to do so following our usual protocols. In case we reach the seating capacity in the auditorium, people can watch the service in the Venue with the same protocols as the auditorium.
You can find our Youtube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcOiZuIOkCvl_Ntl0I_3M8w
You can find our Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/NorthParkGrandRapids
An outline of the health and safety protocols for our indoor services can be found here. A brief overview of the protocols for our services in the auditorium and in the Venue–as well as the protocols for our children’s ministry–can be found in this video:
On Sunday mornings, we will livestream the 9:15 service on Youtube and post the recording on our Youtube page later in the day. We will livestream our 11:00 service on Facebook. You can find our church’s Youtube page HERE: http://www.youtube.com/c/NorthParkBaptistChurchGrandRapids
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God’s Good News
A Gospel Presentation
Frank Severn - July 26, 2020
Missions- How Can We Be Involved?
From Series: "What We Do"
In July and August we will be asking the question, “What do we do?” As individual Christians living in a broken world, how do we weigh the many needs that demand our attention? We all have different spiritual gifts, abilities, experiences, and passions, so how do we balance those with the needs around us? How do we engage with big issues in the world like poverty, racial injustice, the refugee crisis, the orphan crisis, and sharing the Gospel with unreached people groups? How do we engage in politics in a fruitful way? How should the church respond to these issues? While we don’t claim to have the final answers to all of these big issues, we will examine how individuals, the church, and specifically our church can start to have fruitful discussions on these topics and hopefully we will walk away with a better understanding of how God has created each of us unique, and we can utilize our own unique gifts and passions to impact the world with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Please join us during this series by following along in the reading and actively listening during the sermons. You can also find the sermons to follow along with the series